What is next week's lesson?

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deacon blues
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What is next week's lesson?

Post by deacon blues » Mon Jun 19, 2017 8:29 am

If I go back to gospel doctrine next Sunday, what lesson will they most likely be on?
God is Love. God is Truth

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Re: What is next week's lesson?

Post by ulmite » Mon Jun 19, 2017 11:51 am

https://www.lds.org/manual/doctrine-and ... h?lang=eng
Looks like education or scripture study depending on your teacher.
If your ward is a little behind mine, you get WoW or if you are ahead you get this lesson :
Write the following phrases on the chalkboard:

A pint of cream

A misspelled name

No available seating at the Kirtland Temple dedication

Tell class members that these phrases all have something in common. They are all reasons given by early Church members for their apostasy from the Church.

Explain that today’s lesson discusses how to avoid individual apostasy. These phrases and the stories that go with them will be explained later in the lesson.

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Re: What is next week's lesson?

Post by Give It Time » Mon Jun 19, 2017 3:34 pm

ulmite wrote:
Mon Jun 19, 2017 11:51 am
https://www.lds.org/manual/doctrine-and ... h?lang=eng
Looks like education or scripture study depending on your teacher.
If your ward is a little behind mine, you get WoW or if you are ahead you get this lesson :
Write the following phrases on the chalkboard:

A pint of cream

A misspelled name

No available seating at the Kirtland Temple dedication

Tell class members that these phrases all have something in common. They are all reasons given by early Church members for their apostasy from the Church.

Explain that today’s lesson discusses how to avoid individual apostasy. These phrases and the stories that go with them will be explained later in the lesson.
This one's mine. We're discussing it on this thread.

viewtopic.php?f=5&t=1681
At 70 years-old, my older self would tell my younger self to use the words, "f*ck off" much more frequently. --Helen Mirren

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